Seaham Hall & Serenity Spa
Seaham Hall & Serenity Spa

Seaham was once best known for its harbour, a major coal shipping port, but over recent years its lovely coast has been at the heart of regeneration in the area, now including a major spa hotel... Read More

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Seaham Hall & Serenity Spa

Seaham Hall & Serenity Spa

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A small luxury hotel twenty minutes from Newcastle, Seaham Hall is the leading luxury hotel and spa destination resort in Northern England. AA Hotel of the Year 2004, this is ... More | Double Room: From 195 | visit website

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The Harbour View

The Harbour View
The Harbour View Hotel is set in an enviable position facing the sea in Seaham Harbour. Within easy travelling distance of Sunderland and Durham this place is everything you would expect from a seaside hotel. ... More | visit website

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Serviced Apartments@The Mowbray (4.86 miles)

Serviced Apartments@The Mowbray

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Serviced Apartments@ The Mowbray offers its guests accommodation in this fantastic contemporary development located in the heart of Sunderland City Centre adjacent to Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens. Sunderland City ... More

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Hackett Property Serviced Apartments (4.88 miles)

Hackett Property Serviced Apartments
Hawksley House is located in the heart of Sunderland city centre and is situated opposite Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens. The building is a superb converted Victorian building and boasts a fantastic oak staircase ... More | visit website
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Hawksley House (4.88 miles)

Hawksley House

Hawksley House offers guests a home from home. A range of one and two bedroom serviced apartments located in Sunderland City Centre, all individually designed and complemented with everything expected in a 4* equivalent hotel ... More | visit website

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Mowbray Apartments (4.91 miles)

Mowbray Apartments

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Serviced Apartments at The Mowbray offers its guests a home from home in the most opulent surroundings. Set in the heart of the city centre ... More

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Travelodge Sunderland Central (5.10 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Gables Hotel (5.76 miles)

Gables Hotel

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A family run hotel with after dinner entertainment provided by mine host. Five miles east of Durham City, on the B1283 road at Haswell Plough. John and Dorcas Milner have been ... More

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Queen Vic (5.85 miles)

The Queen Vic is located very close to the beach, and has undergone huge refurbishment. It has an ideal location for both corporate and leisure customers. It has restaurant that offers a large menu to ... More | visit website

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Highfield Hotel (5.86 miles)

Highfield Hotel

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For whatever reason you have chosen to visit the North East, you will find that the Highfield Hotel is ideally situated for all amenities.As a base for your holiday you ... More

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Tavistock Roker Hotel (6.02 miles)

Tavistock Roker Hotel

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The Tavistock Roker is 57 bedroom Hotel many with breath taking sea views of the North Sea and Roker Pier. Each bedroom ... More

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Chaise Guest House (6.05 miles)

Chaise Guest House

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This Victorian, family-run guest house offers an excellent view of the sea, and is well-known for providing guests with delicious breakfasts and dinners.

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